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    Coherent Communications—What We Can Learn from Theoretical PhysicsLISA17Kevin Barron
    An Internet of Governments: How Policymakers Became Interested in “Cyber”LISA17Maarten Van Horenbeeck
    Scaling Talent: Attracting and Retaining a Diverse WorkforceLISA17
    Vax to K8s: Ticketmaster's Transformation to Cloud Native DevopsLISA17Heather Osborn
    The Actor Model and the Queue or “Batch is the New Black”LISA17James Whitehead II
    Linux Container Performance AnalysisLISA17Brendan Gregg
    Now You See Me Too: Visual Tooling for Advanced System AnalysisLISA17Suchakrapani Sharma
    Your Secrets in Cloud-Based Key Management ServicesLISA17Dan O'Boyle
    Resiliency Testing with ToxiproxyLISA17Jake Pittis
    Stories from the Trenches of Government TechnologyLISA17Matt Cutts, Raquel Romano
    Fast Log Analysis Made Easy by Automatically Parsing Heterogeneous LogsLISA17Biplob Debnath, Will Dennis
    Case Study: Deploying a Multi-Region, Highly Available MySQL ArchitectureLISA17Gabriel Ciciliani
    Operational Compliance: From Requirements to RealityLISA17Trevor Vaughan
    Charliecloud: Unprivileged Containers for User-Defined Software Stacks in HPCLISA17Michael Jennings
    Fast and Safe Production Monitoring of JVM Applications with BPF MagicLISA17Sasha Goldshtein
    Disaggregating the Network: Switching as a ServiceLISA17Nina Schiff
    Persistent SRE Antipatterns: Pitfalls on the Road to Creating a Successful SRE Program Like Netflix and GoogleLISA17Blake Bisset, Jonah Horowitz
    Have You Tried Turning It Off and Turning It On Again?LISA17Tanya Reilly
    The 7 Deadly Sins of DocumentationLISA17Chastity Blackwell
    Becoming a Plumber: Building Deployment PipelinesLISA17Daniel Barker
    Distributed Tracing: From Theory to PracticeLISA17Stella Cotton
    Scalability Is Quantifiable: The Universal Scalability LawLISA17Baron Schwartz
    Queueing Theory in Practice: Performance Modeling for the Working EngineerLISA17Eben Freeman
    Testing Before You Scale & Making Friends While You Do ItLISA17Renee Lung
    Working with DBAs in a DevOps WorldLISA17Silvia Botros